Jérôme Segura
Lead Malware Intelligence Analyst

Security researcher with a focus on malvertising, exploits, and scams.

November 30, 2016 - A new zero-day has been found in the wild and was used against the popular Tor Browser. This exploit was meant to leak information about users, such as their IP address.

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November 22, 2016 - Mac users may face less malware attacks than their Windows counterparts, but it doesn't mean they are safe from online crooks. In this post we review the top malvertising attacks that target the OS X platform and how to stay safe.

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November 9, 2016 - In this post, we review the changes in the exploit kit landscape over the past months by looking at new arrivals and departures.

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November 2, 2016 - A flaw found in an HTML5 API is being used by tech support scammers to push fraudulent pages and freeze people's computers with a fake virus warning.

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November 1, 2016 - In this post we take a look at a malvertising campaign that we traced back to late August and that is targeting adult traffic. While initially pushing the Neutrino exploit kit, it switched to RIG EK in September. We estimate that at least one million visitors to adult websites were exposed to this particular campaign.

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